Computer Assisted Total Knee Replacement Surgery

In my previous blog, I discussed the need for Total knee replacement (TKR), primarily when the joint needs to be resurfaced and realigned to address knee pain and disability due to angular deformity and the loss of cartilage. TKR surgery is the most common joint replacement procedure being preformed.  During TKR, an arthritic joint is…

Determining the Need for Total Knee Replacement Surgery

In the first of two blog posts focusing on computer assisted total knee replacement surgery (TKR), I will discuss the physiology of the knee joint, how it works, what causes its breakdown and the possible need for a TKR.  Orthopedic surgeons generally categorize the knee joint as having three compartments: the inside (medial compartment), the…

Dr Leone Interviewed on The Cutting Edge

Dr. William Leone, head of the Leone Center for Orthopedic Care at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., recently appeared as a guest on WWNN radio show, The Cutting Edge.  During his half-hour interview with host Anita Finley, Dr. Leone discussed the benefits of computer assisted total knee replacement surgery and robotic assisted partial…